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News & Announcements

students and staff pictured near a fishing boat

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School students from Michael Murphy’s fourth-grade class and Dina Matty’s third-grade class recently participated in the Send a Kid Fishing program, a fun and educational trip on the “Rosie,” a charter out of Center Moriches. The mission of this project is to expose and educate the future generations about the world of fishing and conservation and to have a little fun in the process!

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collage of four student musicians - three WFHS on the left and one WFMS on the right

Four William Floyd student-musicians – Shirley Galindo Jeronimo from William Floyd Middle School, and Aleena Alqadri, Kolton Chamberlain and Jackson Seifert from William Floyd High School – have recently been selected by the Suffolk County Music Educators Association (SCMEA) to each receive a $500 scholarship for summer study on their instruments!

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